I like this dish even more than baked brie (and that’s saying a lot, my friends.) It will certainly garner oooohs and ahhhhhs at a dinner party, but I’d almost prefer it for dinner for just me and Chris with a big ole’ green salad. And I promise you, it’s so much easier than it looks.
How do you host a weekend brunch without cooking anything? A big, beautiful platter! Below are some quick instructions for assembling a filling but fuss-free brunch that is guaranteed to please (plus a few fancy twists on the classic mimosa!)
If you’re new to the spritz scene, it’s a refreshing and dry (slightly bitter) bubbly cocktail with a low alcohol content.
If you haven’t a clue for mother’s day, these chocolate-dipped spoons would be a fun surprise. They can be stirred into afternoon coffee, or paired with hot milk (and a splash of Kahlua?) for adult-only hot chocolate.
During one of our favorite dinners, we were served a side of coconut jicama slaw. Light and crunchy, it was dressed with just lime juice and fish sauce. I had about four sizeable servings before I realized it wouldn’t be that hard to make at home. So, here you have it!